Scheduling background jobs, job monitoring, job deletion, etc
Job scheduling: your system needs to run various automated background jobs that consume resources. Your administrator must carefully schedule these tasks when user demand is low so they don't impact performance.
The tasks of an SAP Basis administrator are management and administration of SAP systems. In practice, it means taking responsibility for the maintenance environment of the systems, their cooperation, updating, solving user problems and efficiency issues (concerning the network, databases or operating systems), backup copies and architecture. Another task of this position is also to follow new market trends and propose solutions compliant with them.
A user name without a restricted character set can be a security risk. Therefore, it is advisable that you restrict the character set of the user ID. In this article you will learn where the dangers lie if you do not limit the user ID. I also explain how to eliminate this security risk.
Migrations occur, for example, when a customer decides to host his systems at Rödl & Partner and the SAP systems therefore have to be migrated from in-house operation or from the original hosting provider to our data center. Also in the course of a conversion to S/4HANA, the data is migrated from the original database type to an SAP HANA database. This is also done with the tool "SUM" (Software Update Manager) via the so-called "DMO" (Database Migration Option).
Tools such as "Shortcut for SAP Systems" complement missing functions in the SAP basis area.
Depending on the processing step in which the error occurred, the dialogue box will provide you with additional specific assistance to correct the error.
Examples of scenarios: 1) User and Authorisation Management 2) ESS/MSS for the management of personnel data 3) Audit and monitoring for the verification of compliance with legal regulations What should be taken into account, however, if you want to introduce an Identity Management System? In this contribution, I would like to highlight fundamental points that need to be clarified before the introduction.